These incredible photos from our archives show how the county was transformed during the Swinging Sixties.
From flogging typewriters from Wembley's press box to trouble outside a TV shop - we uncover forgotten tales of the summer of 1966.
Just how much has the county changed in the last 70 years? Take a trip down memory lane with dozens of pictures of Kent's towns.
In the event of nuclear war a concrete bunker below a park in Gravesend was all that stood between doomsday and the future of civilisation in Kent.
Many celebrities have visited the county over the years even two children of American 'royalty' who turned up to see where their Nanny lived.
A 35-year-old woman saw the ground open up beneath her as she walked with her young son.
We take a look at how the tentacles of Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr reached all the way across Kent.
The winter of early 1963 was so severe coal barges were frozen on the river.
Neil Armstrong became the first man to set foot on the moon in 1969. But what was everyone else up to?
A hugely popular animated TV series created by a Kent artist and puppet maker first aired in 1969.
People have been remembering a high street nightspot once described as the brightest and most popular in the area.
From owning properties to spending some time at her Majesty's pleasure, this is how the Krays expanded beyond the boundaries of the East End.
Protestors with placards and banners mounted a demonstration in Kent against the US occupation of Vietnam.
We take a look at the historic property used as James Bond's residence in the 1967 movie Casino Royale that remains largely hidden from view.
From a £100 Led Zeppelin gig to its legendary 'grab-a-granny' nights, a mansion-turned-nightclub lives long in the memories of those who visited.
We look back at the stars who have graced the smallest Kent stages over the years.
A controversial film in Kent about nuclear war was banned in the 1960s, so we took a look at the lasting impact it had on the world stage.
The Beatles and Stones came knocking when a small firm created an ear-busting device that would define the '60s - here's its little known tale.
The first colour TV programme, BBC2's coverage of the Wimbledon tennis tournament, hit our screens in 1967.
We look at how Kent helped hoist a young Davie Jones to super-stardom.
Music icon David Bowie is immortalised by a blue plaque commemorating his history and association with a Kent town.
We look back at the time in the 1960s when Kent's county town was awash with coffee bars and live music.
It's more than 60 years since the last National Serviceman received his call-up papers, but those who served still remember it well.
One man remembers the highs and lows of his time doing National Service shortly before it was abolished.
A group of apprentices who first walked through dockyard gates in 1969 met up half a century later.
A poverty-stricken childhood and a schoolboy brush with the Moors Murderers are recalled in a Kent man's book.
Life didn't turn out quite how an 11-year-old expected when asked to predict what he would be doing in 25 years.
In a sleepy village in 1967 people began hurling custard pies at each other - we take a look at the history of a uniquely Kentish event.
A former submariner recalls the sights, sounds and smells of living on board a Cold War submarine.
Fond memories of an usherette who worked at a Kent theatre for 58 years and showed millions of audience members to their seats.
An old toy car from the 1960s was sold for 80 times its original purchase price.
We remember a popular, but freezing cold, open air pool in Kent - and the humiliation of the woollen costumes patrons had to wear.
Two-lovable cartoon characters from the 1960s returned after half a century in a campaign to remind people dialling 999 to ask for the coastguard.
An old soldier's had a £5 debt repaid from an army buddy - with interest - more than 50 years later!
Electric trains replaced steam trains, which had been fuelled by coal, in the 1960s.
A remote pub demolished to make way for a major Kent bridge had a macabre reputation.
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